According to a news release from New Mexico Junior College, SPC President, Dr. Kelvin Sharp is one of three finalists for the Presidency of NMJC in Hobbs, NM.
The New Mexico Junior College Board of Regents announced they selected three finalists for the presidency of the college. The finalists include:
Dr. Kelvin Sharp, President of South Plains College in Levelland for 12 years. He served as vice President of Academic Affairs for SPC for 4 years before being named President. He received a Bachelor of Science in Physics and Mathematics from Chadron State College, NE and a Master of Arts in Mathematics and a Doctorate of Education in Higher Education Administration from Texas Tech University.
Dr. Thad Anglin, the current Vice Provost for Academic Excellence and Outreach at the University of North Texas in Dallas since 2013. He served as the Vice President for Student Services at Lone Star College-CyFair, Tx from 2009-2013. He received a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education/English at Sul Ross State University and a Master of Education in Kinesiology and Health Science at the University of Texas at Tyler and a Doctorate of Education in Higher Education Administration and Leadership from Nova Southeastern University, FL
Dr. Vincent Solis the current Vice President for Instruction and Student Services at Laredo Community College since 2014. He previously served as the Vice President of Student Services at Laredo Community College from 2010-2014. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology, a Master of Science in Psychology and a Doctorate of Education in Bilingual Education from Texas A & M in Kingsville.
Each finalist will participate in open public forums next week. Dr. Sharp is scheduled for Tuesday, February 23
According to the New Mexico Junior College news release they plan to make a decision in their March 2016 meeting.
KLVT News reached out to South Plains College Office of Communications for comment, however, they said they did not have a statement at this time.